3 thoughts on “What has happened to our standards?”

  1. Thanks Alberto!
    It’s sad that we are so close to electing a president of whom we know less than more … every time I learn something about him, I realize how little we know of who the real Obama is … his own accounts from his two books have become the only “truth” we are to know and dare not question … regardless if all the legitimate concerns are relevant to defining his character and thus the way he will govern our country. At the end of the day … it has nothing to do if he’s moslem or was a moslem at one time, but a lot to do with honesty … it has nothing to do with his color, but a lot with his character and judgment … which IMO … does not show poor judgment, but a deliberate judgment to seek and associate with those holding radical, socialist and anti-American views … from his youth mentor, Frank M. Davis, a communist … to the fact that the owner of the Chicago-based agency which designed his logo, Sol Sender … is the grandson of Spanish novelist and educator,Ramon Jose Sender, a well known anarchist and communist, exiled from Franco’s Spain … common sense dictates that there’s not a chance, that I can consider all these to be simple coincidences in Obama’s life.
    I wish you well 🙂 Melek
    “True education makes for inequality; the inequality of individuality, the inequality of success, the glorious inequality of talent, of genius; for inequality, not mediocrity, individual superiority, not standardization, is the measure of the progress of the world.”~ F. Schelling

  2. Melek,
    It pains me to say that the American people have lost their standards for political candidates and will pay a very painful price for it.

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